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Cotelia Bond-Young
Cotelia Bond-Young

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Landover, MD

High School:
Elizabeth Seton

Height:
5-7

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
10/07/1984

Experience:
3VL

2004-05
Named third team All-ACC ... led the Deacs in scoring 12 times, including nine games with more than 20 points ... became the 13th Demon Deacon to join the 1,000-point club and just the fifth to do so during her junior year ... smashed the Wake Forest single-season record for 3-pointers made (97) ... broke the record for 3-point attempts in a single season with 298 ... earned spots in the season record books for assists (seventh, 133), steals (fifth, 75) and free throw percentage (seventh, .829) ... found her place at the top of the career records list as well in 3-point attempts ... is just nine away from the most 3-pointers in WFU history ... hit at least one three in 28 straight games ... led the Deacs and the ACC the entire season in three-pointers made per game ... closed the season ranked sixth in the conference for steals (2.34), seventh in points (15.3) and eighth in assists (4.16) ... became the first Deac since Oliva Dardy in 2001 and the 20th overall to put up 30 points in a game (vs. Virginia, 1.6.05) and the first to earn a double-double in points and assists since Gretchen Hollifield in 1996 (Duke, 12.19.05) ... Princeton ... led Wake with 23 points and 5-of-7 shooting from beyond the arc ... Stetson ... had four steals and four assists against the Hatters ... Davidson ... in 31 minutes of action, notched the team-high eight assists and five steals ... NC A&T ... posted three assists and 10 points ... East Carolina ... tallied 16 points, three assists and one steal ... #15 Houston ... helped lift the Deacs over the ranked foe with 17 points and seven boards ... Hawaii ... scored 22 points in 42 minutes of action and was named to the Ala Moana Paradise Classic All-Tournament team ... Loyola ... attempted a career-high 12 three pointers, connecting on four of them ... led the team with 22 points... Alabama A&M ... grabbed two boards, scored 12 points and had three assists ... Kentucky ... hit six straight 3-pointers bringing the Deacs back into the game during the second half ... broke the WFU record for most three's in a game with seven ... NC State ... scored eight points and recorded two steals ... Virginia ... the only starter not to foul out -scoring a career-high 30 points ... Savannah State ... led team in scoring (19 points) ... Miami ... scored a team-high 27 points in the team's first ACC victory of the season ... Duke ... notched a career-high 11 assists and had 24 points, earning the first double-double (assists/points) ... Clemson ... scored nine points and recorded nine assists ... North Carolina ... had 14 points and two assists in 40 minutes of action ... Virginia Tech ... scored 21 points playing the entire game ... Maryland ... scored nine points, with five assists and four rebounds ... Florida State ... scored 18 points on 7-of-15 shooting ... North Carolina ... scored nine points and added four assists ... Clemson ... had six assists, five rebounds and five steals with three points ... N.C. State ... scored 12 points in 37 minutes of action... Virginia ... joined the 1,000 point club with 21 points ... Virginia Tech ... scored 15 points ... Charlotte ... was the second leading scorer with 22 points in the first round of the WNIT ... South Florida ... recorded 17 points and five assists ... West Virginia ... scored 12 points in 39 minutes.

2003-04
Averaged 27.5 minutes per game, the second most on the team ... led the Deacs with 101 assists ... was named the ACC Player of the Week Jan. 12 ... led the Deacs in assists on 14 separate occasions ... Loyola ... opened the season with three rebounds and one assist, in addition to five points ... Hampton ... put up four assists, one block and one steal against the Pirates ... shot 5-for-8 from the free throw line en route to 10 points ... Nicholls State ... went 5-for-9 (including one-for-one from the 3-point line) for 11 points ... Purdue ... played 30 minutes, scoring 14 points ... also pulled down four defensive rebounds and one offensive ... Marshall ... shot 2-for-2 from the free throw line in addition to four assists ... Duke ... grabbed four rebounds and had five assists in addition to 10 points ... North Carolina A&T ... shot 4-for-5 from the free throw line ... added three assists to her 12 points ... Florida A&M ... with 13 points also added three assists and two steals in 9 minutes of action ... East Carolina ... grabbed four defensive rebound and posted five assists ... Holy Cross ... notched six assists, five rebounds and totaled nine points ... North Carolina ... in addition to six rebounds and six assists, shot a perfect 4-for-4 from the line en route to 16 points ... NC State ... scored a season-high 27 points, including 21 in the second-half, against NC State on Jan. 5 ... went 8-for-12 from the field and 4-for-5 from 3-point land against the Wolfpack ... Maryland ... in 33 minutes and her second start of the season, scored 14 points ... Florida State ... shot 4-for-6 in 3-point range ... also had four defensive rebounds and five assists ... North Carolina ... notched a season-high eight rebounds, with seven of them being defensive ... also notched six assists and 13 points ... NC State ... in 34 minutes of action, led the Deacs in points (18), rebounds (8) and blocked shots (1) ... Maryland ... led the Deacs in three categories -- assists, rebounds and steals ... Florida State ... made her 11 consecutive start, notching three rebounds, four assists and two steals ... Georgia Tech ... in the first game of the ACC tournament, scored 18 points, with seven rebounds, and four assists ... also found two steals for the Deacs ... Duke ... capped off a strong season with a season-high seven assists.

2002-03
Named to the 2003 ACC All-Freshman team, the second-leading vote-getter with 41 of a possible 50 votes ... also the runner-up in ACC Rookie of the Year balloting ... led all ACC freshmen in scoring and assists ... connected on a team-high 43 three-pointers last season ... dished out 105 assists with just 61 turnovers, a ratio that ranks as the top career mark in school history as well as tying as the third-best season ratio at WFU ... made an immediate impact as a rookie, seeing action in all 28 contests while starting 13 ... scored 18 points, including 5-of-6 from beyond the arc in her collegiate debut against LaSalle on Nov. 22 ... also grabbed three steals against the Explorers ... dished out five assists but was held to just one point at SMU on Nov. 23 ... shot 8-of-11 from the field, including 3-of-6 from three-point range, for a season-high 24 points against Appalachian State on Dec. 1 ... also led the Deacs with seven assists verus the Mountaineers ... had three assists and three steals while shooting 5-of-10 from the field for 12 points against High Point on Dec. 2 ... sank three 3-pointers to go with four assist (and zero turnovers) against IUPUI on Dec. 5 ... was WFU's leading scorer with 17 points (including a trio of 3-pointers), with five rebounds, three assists and four steals versus UAB on Dec. 15 ... scored 11 points in 16 minutes of action at Radford on Dec. 21 ... played a season-high 36 minutes, shooting 4-of-5 from beyond the arc and scoring 15 points at UNCW on Dec. 29 ... scored 11 points and led the Deacs with three assists in her ACC debut against Florida state on Jan. 2 ... leading scorer with 14 points and added five rebounds against North Carolina in Chapel Hill on Jan. 9 ... started for the third time, finishing with 11 points after hitting two clutch three-pointers in the final 34 seconds of the contest against Maryland on Jan. 12 ... had three treys on the day to go with four rebounds, two steals and a team-high six assists against the Terps ... led all Deacons with 17 points on 7-of-15 shooting, including three 3-pointers at Duke ... also had four rebounds, four assists against the Blue Devils ... started and played a season-high 38 minutes at Duke ... dished a game-high five assists while scoring seven points on 3-of-11 shooting against NC State on Jan. 23 ... pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds but shot just 3-of-15 from the field, including 1-of-9 from beyond the arc at Clemson on Jan. 26 ... finished one point shy of a double-double (9 pts.) against the Tigers ... scored just two points but led the team in rebounding for the second straight game with six boards against Georgia Tech on Jan. 31 ... also had four turnovers, a block and a steal versus the Yellow Jackets ... recorded her first double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds in the triple overtime loss at Florida State on Feb. 2 ... also dished a game-high six assists in 44 minutes of action against the Seminoles ... scored just two free throws and pulled down two rebounds with two assists and a steal at Virginia on Feb. 6 ... had 10 points on 4-of-12 shooting, including two three-pointers to go with three rebounds, two assists and three steals at home versus North Carolina on Feb. 9 ... tallied five points, a team-high five assists, two steals and two rebounds against Maryland in College Park on Feb. 13 ... held scoreless for the first time all year, but dished five assists and had two rebounds at home versus Duke on Feb. 17 ... recorded eight assists with just one turnover versus N.C. A&T on Feb. 19 ... also had 12 points, six rebounds a block and two steals against the Aggies ... came back from a scoreless first half to post 10 points on 4-of-9 shooting at NC State on Feb. 23 ... also had five rebounds and six assists versus the Wolfpack ... team's second-leading scorer with 13 points against Clemson on Feb. 27 ... shot a team season-high 9-of-12 from the free throw line in addition to six rebounds against the Tigers ... shot 4-of-10 from the field for eight points at Georgia Tech on Mar. 3 ... had a solid all-around night with six rebounds, six assists and a steal against the Yellow Jackets.

Before WFU
A two-time All-Met selection who was the Washington Post's All-Met Player of the Year in 2002 ... led the Roadrunners to the city title and a national ranking of No. 24 as a junior ... also led team to four straight appearances in the WCAC Championship game ... averaged 20.9 points, six assists, five steals and 4.5 rebounds per game with four triple-doubles during her prep career ... an honorable mention All-America selection by Street & Smith's ... earned All-Gazette honors in 2001 and 2002 ... named to the All-Prince George's Journal team as a junior and senior ... scored 67 three-pointers as a senior ... named to the 2001 Nike Tournament of Champions All-Tourney team ... appeared on the Honor Roll throughout high school.

Personal
Full name is Cotelia Cecilia Bond-Young ... born October 7, 1984 in Washington, D.C. ... daughter of Charleatha Bond and Darrell Young ... plans to major in Accounting.

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